Are you sure your hiring manager is really hiring the “right people for the 'right' jobs’?” Does your HR department following competency-based recruitment selection process?
The recent version of Automated Candidate Experience engine launched by PeopleClues can help you to get the answers of these above mentioned questions.
PeopleClues, a company in workplace assessments offers fast and reliable assessment experiences on the market to minimize the time candidates spend on the assessment component.
The latest version of ACE has been designed to improve the experience candidates have when they apply to a job, a process which often leaves them in the dark about the status. Additionally, ACE enables companies to show that they appreciate the time candidates put into applying for their jobs by including communication, courtesy and respect in the candidate experience.
"When candidates apply to a job, they take the time to show how their experience can positively impact the employer, and they become frustrated or insulted when they don't hear anything in return," said PeopleClues president, Julie Moreland, in a statement. "However, when employers provide valuable information to candidates, even those who are no longer being considered, on how they can improve their career search, they show that they appreciate the time and effort it takes to apply to their positions. By offering ACE as part of our assessments, we are helping countless clients to improve their candidate experience and their brand image they convey to job seekers."
ACE offers simple and automated method for giving candidates the information they desire via an improved candidate experience. It also offers candidates critical tips that will help them improve their interview performance and learn how to better present their unique strengths.
The candidates who complete the PeopleClues assessment will get the ACE "Career Trait Profile," which is calibrated with objective science to provide candidates with personalized information on how they can advance their careers.
Edited by Rich Steeves